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AASC's membership application is also available as a fillable PDF. Download the application. This membership application may be used for new members AND transfers. Please send your completed application via email to Teresa O'Donnell.


Who are we?

The American Association of Service Coordinators (AASC) is a national not-for-profit member association representing the resident service coordinator profession. Our 3,200+ members serve seniors, people with disabilities and low-income families living within affordable rental housing and the surrounding community. Service coordinators assist senior and disabled residents in identifying, locating and acquiring the services necessary for them to remain independent and help families achieve self-sufficiency and economic independence.

Members consist of individual service coordinators, public housing authorities, state housing finance agencies, community action agencies, housing providers, owners, developers, property management companies as well as for-profit and not-for-profit organizations and companies who provide products and or services to residents.

AASC supports its members and the affordable housing industry by developing workforce training and by advocating on behalf of the profession with local, state and federal agencies and legislative representatives. We seek collaborative partnerships with other organizations that can provide value to our members. Learn more.


What is the value of an AASC membership?

Education and professional development — It's what we're all about. We are committed to giving our members every opportunity to grow and improve professionally through education, training and leadership opportunities.

Networking and engagement opportunities — They say, “It’s not always what you know but who you know.” We provide you with the opportunity to expand your universe of peers through face-to-face events and social networking outlets.

Public policy — AASC’s strategic plan focuses on establishing legislative objectives, building relationships with Congressional representatives as well as key government agencies, and working with like-minded organizations to further your cause.

Discounts — Members enjoy substantial discounts on meeting and training registration fees, online tools such as AASConline and TrackFSS, the Professional Service Coordinator certificate program and more.

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Why should I join AASC?

As an AASC member, you are part of a growing organization. You can make a difference and have an influence on the future of your profession. AASC continues to serve its 3,200+ members by keeping them informed, helping them to do their jobs and representing them on a state and national level. Plus your membership saves you money along the way.



Service coordinators, quality assurance personnel and property managers who work day-to-day with residents and clients living in single and multi-unit housing. Annual dues: $210.

Open to any student who is enrolled part- or full-time in an accredited course of study in a college or university. Does not include enrollment in the Professional Service Coordinator (PSC) program. Students must show proof of enrollment. Also open to any secondary education faculty. Annual dues: $101.

Any retiree who previously maintained a membership in AASC. Annual dues: $101.

Two members from a corporate office who do not perform property management or service coordinator functions. Associate members may be from property management companies, property owners, developers or public housing authorities. Annual dues: $387. (Additional staff on an Associate membership is $173.)

Available to one representative from a company engaged in selling products and services to service coordinators or the residents they serve. Business members receive a discount on exhibiting at the National Service Coordinator Conference. Annual dues: $690. (Nonprofit business $422.)